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Egypt and Jordan Tours & Trips

Find the right tour for you that goes to Egypt and Jordan. With 30 tours to choose from, ranging in length from 8 days to 22 days. The most popular month to visit these countries is February, which has the most number of departures.

30 trips through Egypt and Jordan with 76 reviews

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  • Peel away at the layers of mystery that surrounds the iconic Pyramids of Giza that tower over the desert landscape near Cairo.
  • Go wind surfing, rock climbing and scuba diving or simply enjoy the laidback vibe of Egypt’s coastal jewel, Dahab.
  • Ride a camel across sheer desert landscapes and listen to enchanting Bedouin tales over a camp fire in Wadi Hudra.
  • Drift along softly flowing waters, drop anchor beside magnificent historical sites and sleep to the gentle lapping of waves during an unforgettable cruise on the iconic Nile River between Luxor and Aswan.
  • Explore the powerful atmosphere that surrounds the legendary rose-hued Petra ruins, carved from the cliffs of a hidden desert in Jordan.
  • Experience underwater delights as you swim with colourful fish and turtles in the Red Sea coral reefs just off Jordan’s Aqaba coast.
  • Witness a spectacular sunset as you float effortlessly on the buoyant waters of the Dead Sea.
  • Discover the sights and smells of an ancient souq and marvel at churches covered with captivating mosaics in Jordan’s Madaba town.


  • You can shop for souvenirs in Cairo’s Khan-el-Khalili market and there are several up-market stores at the Tahrir Square.
  • Try some traditional Egyptian tea at the El Fishawi tea house in Khan-el-Khalili market.
  • Dress conservatively and remove your footwear before you enter mosques in Egypt.
  • Sample traditional Egyptian food such as ‘Ful medames’ (a stew made with fava beans and eggs).
  • You can buy beautiful gold jewellery at Amman’s Gold Souq off King Faisal Street.
  • Try Aqaba’s famous fish dish ‘sayadiah’ made with onion sauce, rice and assorted spices.
  • Wash off the salt from the Dead Sea in beach showers before you dry yourself with a towel.
  • If you’re in a public place in Jordan, avoid interrupting or passing in front of a person who is praying.

Egypt and Jordan Tours & Trips Reviews